Nintendo: Same-sex marriage in video game was ‘unintentional, game-breaking bug’
Of course they would remove it.
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Nintendo has said that the inclusion of same-sex marriage in a video game last year was a ‘critical bug’.
Last May, the Japanese release of Tomadachi Collection: New Life for 3DS generated controversy, as some players were able to marry two male characters.
Nintendo quickly worked to remove the feature and only allow marriages between opposite characters, in the patch notes listing a fix for a bug where “human relations become strange”.
A Nintendo spokesperson today told blogger Wesley Copeland: “Same-sex relationships were not possible in the original software.